Autodesk today announced that its flagship software will now be available for purchase through its new eStore on a variety of subscription plans and direct payment options for the Middle East customers. The eStore is a first of its kind for Autodesk in the Middle East and would significantly ease access to Autodesk’s design tools for design and engineering professionals in the region.
With a firm commitment to constant evolution, Autodesk has been expanding its online business over the last few years with an eye toward meeting the demands of an evolving business environment as well as changing customer needs and preferences..
“The launch of our new eStore is the latest example of our desire to provide industry professionals with the tools they need to be successful with greater convenience and accessibility. The eStore streamlines the purchasing process with a subscription system that enables professionals to access and use the software best suited to their needs, no matter the industry,” said Mohammad Saleh, Regional Territory Head at Autodesk Middle East & Turkey.
The new eStore significantly improves access to a range of Autodesk products for customers and business owners. This includes software like 3ds Max, AutoCAD AutoCAD LT, BIM Collaborate Pro, Civil 3D, Fusion 360, Maya, Maya LT (launching soon) Navisworks, Revit, AEC Collection, M&E Collection, and PDM Collection.
Built with simplicity in mind, most customers across the region now have the option to go online to Autodesk’s Middle East website (www.autodesk.me) to access the eStore and directly pay for the software that they need. The new eStore has flexible subscription plans that would allow customers to choose the plan that best suits their needs as per project requirements.